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    Is there another country anywhere in the world that boasts such a diverse range of landscapes, from glaciers in the south to steamy jungle in the north east and arid desert in the north west, with a huge variety in between?

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    Bolivia is an unspoilt country rich in culture and physically very beautiful.

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    Botswana has historically concentrated on the top end of the tourism market, specialising in exclusive wilderness destinations that allow guests to view wildlife in glorious isolation from other tourists. Our clients love to visit Botswana because it is one of the most diverse and enchanting countries in the world, they love its unfenced big five wilderness & wetland landscapes, friendly people, history and culture. Botswana is a dream destination offering a variety of wildlife experiences that are beyond your wildest dreams with wonderful game viewing areas – the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, the Kalahari Desert and Makgadikgadi Salt Pans as well as lesser known destinations such as The Tuli Block.

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    Fernando de Noronha is an idyllic get away paradise for lovers of nature and solitude.

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    Why Brazil? For the Amazon rainforest, the Rio de Janeiro carnival and her fabulous beaches.

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    Visit Chile for superb riding and fishing opportunities in a true wilderness environment.

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    Our yachts guarantee a memorable journey in the unique amazing and enchanting Galapagos Islands with comfortable cabins, social areas and delicious meals, as well as experienced naturalist guides.

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    Visit Ecuador for her rich colonial heritage and superb examples of well preserved colonial architecture, her unique avenue of volcanoes and the world famous Galapagos Islands.

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    Ethiopia combines diverse and striking physical beauty with an ancient and fascinating history.

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    The stunning Northern Lights can often be seen in autumn and early winter in north eastern Iceland.

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    Visit India for the colour and culture of Rajasthan, the chance to see a tiger in the wild in either Bandavgarh or Kanha National Parks, and the west coast’s sleepy Indian Ocean.

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    Jordan is a modern Arabic state that is both safe and exotic. Sense the exotic: taste the cardamom coffee, and smell sheesha pipes. Immerse yourself in the history of Jordan: ruined Roman cities, Crusader castles, desert citadels and biblical sights.

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    Enjoy the breath-taking vistas and unrivalled game viewing opportunities of Kenya in a vehicle, on foot, by camel, or fly camping, and after the excitement of the bush we recommend a stay beside the Indian Ocean, where deep sea fishing, diving, snorkelling, diving, and other water sports await the energetic.

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    WILD AND EXOTIC KENYA SAFARI SPECIAL OFFERS Book and travel between 1 June 2015 and 16 March 2016 10% DISCOUNT on any booking at, Offbeat Mara Camp, Sosian Lodge, Offbeat Meru Camp, Deloraine House 10% DISCOUNT on all riding safaris in the Mara for the month of October.  Don’t miss this chance to ride at one […]

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    Experience Kyrgyzstan’s wild and unspoilt landscape.

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    Extraordinary and unique wildlife including tropical birds, lemurs and chameleons that inhabit pristine forest reserves and beautiful national parks.

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    Visit Malawi for the great space and stunning views from the Nyika Plateau, her warm and and welcoming people, and blue Lake Malawi, other wise known as the Lake of Stars.

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    Hunting with specially trained eagles is one of the oldest and most spectacular customs of Mongolia’s Kazakh people.

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    Visit Mongolia for the legendary hospitality and fascinating lifestyle of the nomadic herders riding hardy horses beneath clear blue skies through a wild and remote country.

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    Visit the pristine and remote Indian Ocean archipelagos of to relax after the excitement and dust of an inland bush safari.

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    Vast and remote wilderness areas. The chance to spot endangered wildlife in the fascinating national parks.

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    Peru is the epicentre of the lost Inca civilisation, and the best preserved examples in the world of Inca architecture.

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    Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill are both very private bush homes. They are both located on their own game reserves in the magnificent, malaria-free Waterberg region of the Limpopo province in South Africa.

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    South Africa is celebrated for its magnificent and diverse landscape, and the quality of her wildlife viewing. South African guides enjoy an enviable reputation and are acknowledged to be amongst the best in the world.

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    Tanzania is an expensive safari destination, but it is also one of the best, with a range of landscapes and wildlife only equalled by Kenya.

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    Visit Uganda to explore a beautiful East African country rich in wildlife and diversity, but not considered a mainstream safari destination, and to watch wild gorillas, one of the rarest wildlife experiences on the planet.

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    Visit Uruguay for the unspolit and tranquil Rocha province, our amazing autumn and spring rides, and miles of glorious beaches dotted with discreet and charming getaways.

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    Spectacular coral reefs combine with extensive, deserted flats and pure white talcum beaches to create one of the most alluring of all destinations for the fisherman, diver or holidaymaker.

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    Visit Venzuela for the magic of Los Roques, a unique combination of Latin American ambience, bare foot Caribbean luxury and fine Italian cuisine.

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    The Lower Zambezi National Park, as this is one of the most attractive and least visited national parks in Africa, teeming with wildlife drawn to the Zambezi River from July until October.